It made me feel good to know that your mom approved of us being together. I did notice how she was always easier on you than your father and I had even heard her defending you at times. I was comforted to know that someone had your back when I wasn’t there. I wrap my arms around you, feeling my heart race when hearing what you said. “You want to marry me? I definitely want to marry you.. But, I want us to do this for the right reasons. I don’t want you to regret this decision, baby. I want the main reason we get married to be because we love each other and we want to. Are you absolutely positive this is what you want? Because I would marry you in a heartbeat. I have known since week one that I wanted to marry you,” I admit to you.
“I would never marry you for the wrong reasons,” I say honestly as I looked in your eyes. “I want this. I want you. Forever.” I say honestly. “I knew it the first time you kissed me. I knew it when we broke up the first time. I knew it the night we got back together. I knew it the first time we had sex. I’ve always known it,” I say honestly as I stroked your cheek gently. “I love you. And I want to marry you.” I say as I stared into your eyes full of love. “I wouldn’t have come back here for you, missing shows for you, if I didn’t love you,” I say honestly. “Let’s get married.” I say it. “As soon as possible. I want to bring you back with me as my husband, and I want the whole world to know that you are the one I love,” I say honestly. “We even said it the night we got back together. We don’t see ourselves with anyone else, just ourselves. So why wait to get married when we can do it right now. I have a cab right outside. Let’s go find a chapel and get married, because I don’t want to spend another minute apart from you, and we can come back here and just have a honeymoon and have time to ourselves before it’s time to go back to reality.”
I let out a quiet moan just from your words, loving when you swore and it being a major weakness for me. I walk away from you to turn the water on and step into the shower. I gesture for you to come over to me with my finger, watching you with dark eyes as I looked up and down your body, biting hard into my lower lip.
I looked at you with dark eyes. I watched as you pulled back from the kiss and turned on the water as I slapped your ass and smirking while checking you out. I stepped into the shower with you not long afterwards and kissed you deeply while pinning you to the wall.
might as well | knuckles | trial 4.4 [re: campion ; attn: dawson]
"Why, why go in in alla his clothes just, just to wash off some bleach?"
Cup still firmly caught between her hands, Knuckles frowned to Campion.
"Don't make no sense none. 'Cause, 'cause even if he were running, yeah, he ain't gonna go all the way in, right? Just, just deep enough to, to splash or something. Weren't, weren't... don't think that's it none. Something else got, got him in that pool."
To the conversation of motive, she offered a slow, if hesitant, nod. While she added nothing more to the topic, it was clear the thought sat with her. And she'd continue brewing, it would seem, if not for-
While her crewmates got their words out first, Knuckles put her cup down and pushed away from where she stood to make the short loop around the table to where he sat.
And when she reached him her arm came up and she, very smoothly, very effortlessly, knocked him into a headlock.
"I know you ain't stupid. So, so, so gonna say this once. But you, you gotta listen, 'cause I know you ain't so good at that none, so, so I'm telling you you gotta. Making sure you heard them."
There was no malice in her words or in her hold. Her arm was loose enough to not choke him but even if he wiggled, if he strained, there was little chance of him finding an escape. He was locked in and held tight as she spoke, as if holding him there guaranteed that he would pay attention.
There was, by all accounts, the energy of an older sibling scolding their younger sibling for being an idiot.
"It ain't Spades. Ain't none of us done this. 'Cause, 'cause, y'know, think for a second, right. What, what, what Tanya said, and, and you're a quad, yeah? So, so y'know she ain't a team player none. And think, y'know, think her leaving Fievel would, would be like me leaving [Chuck]. Ain't, ain't happening none. And y'know me, me and Campion, we're, we both-"
And she squinted a little, nodding at Campion and shooting a glance towards Pan before carrying on.
"Ain't gonna do that to [Pan] none. So, so just, just Optimus and Woe, right, just them left, and it'd gotta, gotta be just them planning this and that... Nah. That ain't it."
She shook her head and, finally, released him from the hold to instead pat a hand down on his shoulder before starting the short journey back to her seat.
"Ain't, ain't gonna say it ain't a frame job none. But it weren't Spades who done it none neither, so, so, so don't waste time none with that no more."